23 February 2009

BMJ Best Practice

UCL has a trial of BMJ Best Practice until 11 March 2009.

Best Practice, part of the BMJ Evidence Centre, is a decision support tool that combines the latest research evidence with guidelines and expert opinion. It takes a patient-centred approach that covers diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention in step-by-step stages.

Please send feedback on the BMJ Best Practice trial to ejournals@ucl.ac.uk. Feedback helps librarians assess the importance of new resources.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

took part in the trial, think its great especially for junior dr, love the way its short and to the point in terms of diagnosis and treatment options but if you want the evidence behind it, thats there and fast to find, we have to get a subscription for the royal free